Trattoria Nonna Lina is named after owner Simone’s much loved grandmother Lina. Master chef Simone hails from Porto Santo Stefano, a quaint port where tethered yachts bob sleepily at its shores and seagulls hover over fishing boats trawling up fresh Mediterranean catch. As the sun sets, bathing suits are exchanged for casual wear as friends meet for evening aperitifs before adjourning to dinner. At Trattoria Nonna Lina, the same rustic and comfortable dining atmosphere is re-created. Expect nothing but the best of traditional Tuscan cuisine, during lunch, aperitif and dinner hours. After all, food is not just about filling the stomach, or even satisfying the tastebuds. In typical Italian style, it’s also about getting together, having fun and enjoying life with friends and loved ones.
And thus Nonna Lina, a place for everyone to feel at ease as though they’ve returned home, to a welcoming Italian grandmother’s kitchen. During this trip we tried
Baby octopus and porcini mushroom in Prosecco reduction and
Slow cooked tripe marinated in Vermentino wine, with Italian herbs and light tomato sauce, topped with parmesan . The main courses were handmade pappardelle with Italian sausages and Grilled premium tenderloin with baked potatoes and dessert was italian chocolate and rum pudding with homemade caramel sauce . All the dishes were very authentic Italian cooking. Highly recommended if you want to try something authentic Italian. Chef brings ingredients from italy regularly including Italian wine Address 61 Cantonment road. #foodie #sgfood #sgrestaurant #sgcafe #sgfoodie #sgblogger #sgfoodblogger #sginfluencer #sgfoodguide #wheretoeatsingapore #foodblogger #sgfoodlifestyle #italian